Gills welcome league leaders Stevenage to ME7 on Saturday.
GILLINGHAM V STEVENAGE
Sky Bet League 2
MEMS Priestfield Stadium
Saturday October 15
Stuart O'Keefe, Ben Reeves, Olly Lee and David Tutonda are all likely to sit out for the visit of Stevenage with various injuries. Haji Mnoga was cup-tied on Tuesday but is available for selection if required.
Will Wright, Max Ehmer and Elkan Baggott will compete for places in the centre of defence.
As for Stevenage, Steve Evans has all members of his squad available except for Elliott List who will be out for a period of time on the sidelines. Luke Norris will return to MEMS Priestfield Stadium, having spent two seasons at ME7 earlier in his career.
Neil Harris - “We have had a relatively settled team last three games, maybe we have to think about a change to try and combat Stevenage’s strengths but we also have to look at what we do and where we have been getting better as well."
Steve Evans - "Sometimes when you put a new group together it takes a bit of time but I look at the quality of player like Mika Mandron, Stuart O’Keefe, Alex MacDonald, Ben Reeves, Max Ehmer, Elkan Baggott, I could keep going with the players they have got and I have nothing but respect for the boys that Neil has got there.
“Neil is a top manager, a Championship manager plying his trade in League 2.”
The clubs have only met on six previous occasions, the first of those games taking place on New Year's Day of 2011 when Gills won 1-0 thanks to a goal from Adebayo Akinfenwa.
The most recent meeting was in an FA Cup tie at the Lamex Stadium in November 2015. Stevenage won the fixture 3-0.
Gills have won three of the games, Stevenage have won two. The only draw was in February 2011, the score being 2-2.
The club's main ticket office on Redfern Avenue will be open from 9am until shortly after kick-off. You can buy in person or online via this link.
Away fans can also buy online up until kick-off using the dedicated away portal.
Gills win - 3/1
Draw - 12/5
Stevenage win - 17/20
Special Bet - Scott Kashket to score first in a 2-1 Gills win: 80/1.
Referee: Ross Joyce
Assistants: Nicholas Dunn and Aaron Cresswell
Fourth Official: Marc Wilson